Erdoğan visits Saudi Arabia to boost Ankara-Riyadh ties

Addressing reporters before departing for Saudi Arabia, Erdoğan said his visit is an example of a common will to start a new period with Riyadh.

Turkey will work to start a new era in political, military, economic, and cultural cooperation with Saudi Arabia, he added.

Erdoğan said he believes increasing cooperation with Riyadh on health, energy, food security, defense industry and finance is mutually beneficial.

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